[Getdp] Integration of complex field over one period (computation of time averaged Lorentz force) ?
cag32 at case.edu
Tue Apr 18 05:46:20 CEST 2006
Thomas Jung wrote:
> Hi everybody,
> I finally managed to get a 3D magnetodynamics problem running and giving
> verified results.
> Thanks for this prog !
> Now I would like to compute a resulting time-averaged Lorentz force.
> I have a complex magnetic induction B, a complex induced current j,
> and want to compute the Lorentz force F = 1/T* int( j x B dt), i.e. the
> average of the cross product over 1 period.
> I was wondering whether there is maybe some functionality to do that for me ?
Do you solve the magnetodynamic problem in the time domain?
> Or do I have to go the hard way, get all the phases of both fields, for all
> directions, and integrate myself ?
> Thanks for any hint !
> Thomas Jung
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